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A CUSTOMER-ORIENTED TECHNOLOGICAL LEADER
MTU DIESEL ENGINES 22 Series 2000
MTU SHIP AUTOMATION SYSTEMS 40 MTU Callosum – Integrated ship automation system 44 MTU bluevision – Standard automation system
MTU IN MILITARY AND GOVERNMENTAL VESSELS 8 Propulsion systems for corvettes, frigates and destroyers 10 Propulsion systems for offshore patrol vessels 12 Propulsion systems for inshore patrol vessels 14 Propulsion systems for submarines 16 Propulsion systems for amphibious and auxiliary vessels 18 Propulsion systems for mine countermeasure vessels IV
24 Series 396 26 Series 4000 28 Series 1163 30 Series 8000 VI
SYSTEM ENGINEERING AND SYSTEM INTEGRATION 34 Combined propulsion systems 35 Real world expertise 36 Advanced technologies
VII QUALITY AND CERTIFICATIONS
VIII OVERVIEW OF MTU ENGINES
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A customer-oriented technological leader.
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MTU supplies its customers with technologically advanced premium products that are proven in the ﬁeld. MTU’s range of services for off-highway diesel engines is extensive – from standard to customized solutions.
MTU is one of the Tognum Group’s ﬂagship brands With its two business units – Engines and Onsite Energy and Components – the Tognum Group is one of the world’s leading suppliers of engines, propulsion systems and distributed energy systems. These products are based on diesel engines up to 9100 kW (12203 bhp), gas engines up to 2150 kW (2883 bhp) of power, fuel cells up to 345 kW (463 bhp) of power and gas turbines with up to 50000 kW (67050 bhp). The Engines business unit’s product range is comprised of MTU engines and propulsion systems for marine vessels, heavy land, rail and military vehicles and for the oil and gas industry. The Onsite Energy and Components business unit’s product portfolio comprises MTU Onsite Energy distributed energy systems as well as components for engines and propulsion systems. The energy systems consist of diesel engines for emergency power generation, including base and peak load, as well as cogeneration power plants – gas engines, fuel cells and gas turbines – that generate both electricity and heat.
An expert technological leader Since its founding, MTU has set standards in technological expertise, innovative ideas, and customized product and systems solutions. At MTU, research is a tradition. We concentrate our innovation on the systematic advancement of our core competencies in the areas of fuel injection, turbo charging, and electronics right from the start. A passionate engine specialist We spend every day working with our customers to ﬁnd the propulsion systems that best ﬁts their needs. Whether a standard system or a customized solution – we passionately assume responsibility in the art of engine building. A reliable partner We understand the speciﬁc requirements for diverse applications. In collaboration with our customers we look for the propulsion solution which is best suited to the individual requirements. Regardless of which propulsion system is selected, our top-quality automation can be completely integrated into almost any area of application.
1 Technological leader As a supplier of high-quality, performance propulsion solutions, MTU stands for the highest level of technological expertise. 2 Power MTU meets even the most demanding propulsion requirements with powerful and reliable engines and propulsion systems. 3 Passion MTU is passionate about fulﬁlling the needs of its customers with the utmost professionalism and precision. 4 Partnership MTU is a reliable and trend-setting partner which acts with foresight in a results-oriented manner.
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MTU in Military and Governmental Vessels
You secure your country. We secure your mission.
MTU engines and propulsion systems are a permanent part of many countries’ armed forces. For more than half a century, we have been as much at home on the sea as you are. It is this experience and expertise that makes us such a strong partner – worldwide, whatever mission you are on.
At home anywhere on the water To provide uncompromising security is the daily mission of navies, coast guards, police forces and other authorities – around the world, 24 hours a day. MTU provides individual solutions tailored to these complex needs. For decades we have developed, produced and overseen complete propulsion and on-board power systems for navy and governmental vessels. Since 1950 more than 30000 units in total have been supplied to navies around the world and put into operation. And today, the same is true as back then: MTU is the right partner for those with the highest demands for propulsion systems.
Ready for your missions Our navy propulsion systems are based on MTU commercial shipping engines, thousands of which operate successfully all over the world. They are modiﬁed according to the special requirements of military and governmental vessels. High power density, low weight, compact design, and mechanical and thermal stability characterize MTU engines, just as much as simple operation, straightforward and maintenance and low lifecycle costs. We offer a full range of service and support solutions with our MTU_ValueCare program. These include complete and customized service packages as part of our integrated logistics solutions – from the procurement of spare parts, tools and installation support to on-board training. We also offer repowering, which covers the engine as well as the ship’s entire automation system.
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Propulsion Systems for Corvettes, Frigates and Destroyers
Tailored for major challenges.
Corvettes, frigates and destroyers have an impressive presence through their enormous versatility, their wide spectrum of use and their extraordinary propulsion systems. With MTU engines and propulsion systems, they are superbly equipped for their demanding tasks.
Diverse responsibilities Today’s navies have to cover a broad spectrum of operations. Corvettes, frigates and destroyers – which can be deployed anywhere – play a dominant role. Whether fulﬁlling missions for a nation or in UN operations, their main responsibilities are to protect territorial waters and to participate in international peacekeeping measures as well as crisis management. They must be able to confront threats from submarines, airplanes and ships. Ship reliability and availability are the highest priorities. Just as indispensable are the extensive patrol ranges and high speeds for quick coverage of long distances.
Complex requirements – tailor-made solutions MTU meets all these complex requirements, which form the basis of the propulsion systems. Our customized solutions for large military vessels correspond to strict navy standards and guarantee: — High reliability and availability — A broad engine characteristic map and unlimited serviceability — High power concentration at low weight — Excellent maneuverability and acceleration — Low acoustic, optical and infrared signatures — Substantial shock-prooﬁng — Low fuel consumption over the entire operating range — Long maintenance intervals
The integration of MTU ship automation systems also makes an extensive automatic operation of the propulsion system and further ship areas possible – including damage control – as well as complete control of the vessel.
Combined Diesel-Electric and Gas Turbine (CODELAG) For their latest frigate program, F125, the German Navy selected MTU Series 4000 onboard and propulsion power generating sets. A gas turbine will combine the providing power to the electric motors. The F125 will feature a long lasting sustained operation proﬁle up to two years. All essential systems will comply with the intensive use concept.
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Propulsion concepts – customized Combined propulsion systems offer high levels of redundancy, ﬂexibility and availability. If your application requires it, we can design a combined propulsion system. We will gladly advise you as to which system best meets your needs. Upon request, we can act as general contractors in the conﬁguration and implementation of the entire propulsion system.
Propulsion Systems for Offshore Patrol Vessels
Security and vigilance.
Uneventful patrols at high sea can suddenly turn into serious operations. All the more reason to install a robust propulsion system which keeps going. Whatever the situation.
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Built-in reliablity Offshore patrol vessels signiﬁcantly contribute to safeguarding sovereignty within national waters. They serve a broad spectrum of tasks – from ﬁshery protection, law enforcement and maritime surveillance to protection and defense of national assets against low and medium threats. Because these units can stay at sea for long periods, they demand a lot from their propulsion systems. The greatest possible reliability and availability are required. Our robust, economical diesel engines fulﬁll the requirements of every type of use: for patrolling, for fast intervention and for missions under the most difﬁcult conditions.
Tailored to special needs Low manning requirements call for a highly integrated, automated propulsion system with self-diagnostic features. Our diesel engines and wide range of commercial off-the-shelf ship automation systems allow for highly automated, unmanned machinery spaces – tailored to your needs. Navies and coast guards around the globe rely on MTU.
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Propulsion Systems for Inshore Patrol Vessels
Power for rapid reaction.
Patrol and fast patrol vessels complement and support offshore patrol vessels in fulﬁlling their varied missions. They are indispensable for safeguarding national security in littoral waters. And with powerful MTU engines, they are perfectly equipped to do so.
Superior agility High availability of the vessel accompanied by high agility and ship speed allows you to respond to asymmetric threats immediately, or to a distress call in bad weather and high seas. Speed and ﬂexibility are the principal characteristics of inshore patrol vessels – whether on a quiet patrol, a sudden mission or under difﬁcult conditions. Propulsion systems based on our compact, powerful diesel engines ensure the reliability and availability of important units – wherever and whenever they are needed. Comprehensive expertise from the reliable system partner Perfectly integrated engines and ship automation systems can facilitate automatic operation of the propulsion system and other ship areas – even the entire ship. Our many years of experience and well-known systems expertise make us the reliable partner.
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Propulsion Systems for Submarines
The more speciﬁc and complex the demands, the more important and valuable expertise and experience are. For decades, MTU has been setting quality and performance standards for submarine engines.
Leading competence Submarines are highly specialized, fascinating underwater vessels. As an indispensable component of nearly every ﬂeet, they take on numerous tasks – from protecting territorial waters to gathering information across international boundaries. The technical demands placed on submarine engines are extremely high – and only a few manufacturers are in the position to meet them. With our years of experience, MTU has been a leader in the development and construction of submarine propulsion systems for decades. Most conventional submarines around the world use MTU engines. Specialized power generation for snorkel operations The MTU Series 396 SE is precisely designed for use in submarines. We also deliver complete charging units with dedicated DC generators and mounting systems. All components are also available with magnetic controlled compensation. Our engines and complete power-generating units including mounting systems are optimized for the customer with regard to shock, acoustics, EMC, etc.
MTU: Much more than just a manufacturer of engines The integration of MTU ship automation systems makes the reliable automatic operation of charging units possible, while taking the details deﬁned by the customer into account. As a proven partner of shipyards, shipbuilders and operators, we are making signiﬁcant contributions to the development of submarine technology – today and in the future.
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Propulsion Systems for Amphibious and Auxiliary Vessels
Strengthening the backbone of your ﬂeet.
Although not active on the front, auxiliary vessels are vitally important: they supply and safeguard the ﬂeet. That’s reason enough to give auxiliary vessels the best propulsion systems that are always dependable wherever they operate.
1 Absalon Class command and support vessel The Royal Danish Navy selected MTU Series 8000 M70 diesel engines for their Absalon Class vessels. Two MTU engines power the ship in a combined diesel and diesel conﬁguration with a power output of 16400 kW (21992 bhp). 2 Joint High Speed Vessel For the future high speed catamaran, the Joint High Speed Vessel (JHSV), the U.S. Army and Navy rely on MTU products. The JHSV will be powered by four 20V MTU Series 8000 M71L diesel engines with a total power output of 36400 kW (48812 bhp). It can reach speeds in excess of 35 knots.
Support for your logistics Whether it be versatile landing vessels that bring troops and materials from the water to land, agile fast patrol boats used for coastal and open-ocean surveillance, or auxiliary vessels that form the logistical backbone of every navy, amphibious and auxiliary vessels are optimally equipped with our propulsion systems. Powerful, robust and absolutely reliable, our engines help make your missions successful. By specialists – for specialists As a long-term partner of navies and coast guards, we know your needs and deliver tailormade propulsion solutions. Our engines meet requirements including low life cycle costs, long maintenance intervals and low manning. From small landing crafts, fast troop transporters and ﬂexible auxiliary vessels to large combat group supply ships – MTU meets even the most demanding requirements.
Whether all mechanical or diesel-electric, you specify your requirements and we deliver the solution. Our reliable state-of-the-art engines conform to the highest safety standards. They meet all requirements with regard to shockprooﬁng, ABC protection, sound insulation and JP 5/JP 8 fuel compatibility. Complete systems – fully secured The integration of MTU ship automation systems also makes extensive automatic operation of the propulsion system and other ship areas possible, as well as complete control of the ship. In order to ensure total security, we provide preventative services and integrated logistics support. Our factory experts ensure fast, efﬁcient support – anywhere in the world – 24 hours a day.
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Propulsion Systems for Mine Countermeasure Vessels
Controlling the risk.
MTU has always made propulsion systems for applications that require highly specialized knowledge and expertise. Our propulsion solutions for mine countermeasure vessels demonstrate this perfectly.
2 1 Oksøy Class minehunter The Royal Norwegian Navy selected a propulsion system with two 12V MTU Series 396 diesel engines, each providing 2700 kW (3621 bhp) sustained power. MTU supplied two lift diesel engines, type 8V MTU Series 396 with cardan shafts. The three onboard gensets are powered by 6R MTU Series 183 engines, including generator and base frame. 2 Aydin Class minehunter The Aydin Class minehunter of the Turkish Navy is powered by two 8V MTU Series 396 engines. The MTU propulsion system comes with coupling, gearbox and intake air silencer. MTU supplied three gensets powered by 6R MTU Series 183 engines, including generator, base frame and sound enclosure. Remote contol, power management, ﬁre detection and tank measurement are all part of the MTU ship automation system.
Leading technology to meet the strictest requirements Modern sea mines are incredibly sensitive, selective and intelligent. They can only be outﬂanked by platforms specially developed for this purpose, such as mine countermeasure vessels (MCMVs) and drones. They secure areas of ﬂeet operations and keep passages open for commercial shipping. Operating conditions place the most rigorous demands both on the ship and its propulsion system. MTU has expertise in the lowest emissions, shock qualiﬁed design and low magnetic signatures. We’ve always been a leader in the development of propulsion systems with low magnetic and acoustic signatures. The specially developed MTU- MRK method, makes it possible to reduce the magnetism emitted from all of the ferromagnetic parts to a stable minimum.
With this method we are capable of magnetically treating components like crankcases, connecting rods, transmission parts, drive shafts, etc., as well as ranging engines, transmissions, generators and complete propulsion systems. MTU also provides this magnetic treating for other MCMV component suppliers. Engines and systems – all from MTU Of course, our engines include all of the other features that are in demand: compact designs, excellent power-to-weight ratios, reliability and dynamic responsiveness. As system specialists, we integrate MTU ship automation systems that facilitate automatic operation of the propulsion system, or even the entire ship. Every magnetic requirement is met – even down to the construction of the cases and consoles.
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MTU Diesel Engines
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The more challenging the requirements, the more you need MTU engines. We partner with our customers to develop the optimum propulsion solutions. Our broad range of engines are ideal for meeting even the most demanding needs for power.
If unmatched performance in terms of speed, agility and availability are needed: — MTU Series 2000 combines best in class power-to-weight ratio with the effortless unfolding of power and bottom end torque. — MTU Series 2000 combines industry-leading naval capabilities with the durability and reliability of one of the most successful highperformance marine engines. — The inherent qualiﬁcations of the MTU Series 2000 engine family enable us to fulﬁll demanding requirements such as MilStd, STANAG, US NRL and ONR-speciﬁcations. — Validated for extreme conditions and operational requirements – globally available and supported 24/7. — Mission-speciﬁc propulsion systems from MTU are in operation around the world.
Engine model Power output Speed Emissions kW (bhp) rpm
Series 2000 8V, 10V, 12V, 16V 600–1939 (805–2600) 1500–2450 All engines comply with emission regulations in accordance with IMO 2 and in part also EPA 2, EU III A (including RheinSchUO II) and EU recreational crafts 94/25
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If uncompromising naval requirements are mandatory for your missions: — MTU Series 396 engines are the ﬁrst choice for navies, with demonstrated qualiﬁcations and features such as thermal, acoustic and magnetic signatures, EMV capabilites and shock resistance. — Mission-speciﬁc propulsion systems from MTU are in operation around the world.
Engine model Power output Speed Emissions kW (bhp) rpm
Series 396 8V, 12V, 16V 1000–2150 (1341–2880) 1800–2000 All engines comply with emission regulations in accordance with IMO 2
1 1 MTU Series 396 charging unit for submarines Submarine propulsion is a very specialized application for diesel engines. They have to be able to operate at snorkel depth with exhaust back pressures that are far higher than the normal requirements in surface operation. In 1988, MTU started using turbocharged Series 396 engines for this type of application – a ﬁrst in the submarine sector. Various additional acoustic measures also ensure that engine noise and vibration is kept to a minimum, while the integral exhaust cooling system reduces the thermal signature.
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One of the most successful heavy-duty engines ever If long-term platform strategies and enlarged power range requirements are what you need: — The MTU Series 4000 engine family extends our power range. — MTU Series 4000 combines industry-leading naval capabilities with the durability and reliability of one of the most successful heavy-duty industrial engines. — The inherent qualiﬁcations of the MTU Series 4000 engine family enable us to fulﬁll demanding requirements such as MilStd, STANAG, US NRL and ONR-speciﬁcations. — Mission-speciﬁc propulsion systems from MTU are in operation around the world. If availability and endurance for out-of-theater operations are what you need: — Many MTU engines are in operation with numerous of load cycles. We can provide a qualiﬁed engine platform with demonstrated capabilities in inherent availability rate, MTBF and service intervals. If performance range, speed, agility and availability are what you need: — MTU Series 4000 combines best in class power-to-weight ratio with effortless unfolding of power and bottom end torque.
Engine model Power output Speed Emissions kW (bhp) rpm
Series 4000 8V, 12V, 16V, 20V 746-4300 (1000–5766) 1500–2100 All engines comply with emission regulations in accordance with IMO 2 and in part also EPA 2 and EU III A (including RheinSchUO II)
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The proven, evolved engine for the naval industry: — MTU Series 1163 combines industry-leading naval capabilities with the durability and reliability of the global market leader of high-performance marine engines. — Unrivaled operational ﬂexibility whether loitering or sailing at full speed; the MTU Series 1163 delivers – without questions. — MTU Series 1163 engines with demonstrated and attested qualiﬁcations and features – such as thermal and acoustic signatures, EMV capabilities and shock resistance – are the ﬁrst choice for navies. — MTU mission-speciﬁc propulsion systems are in operation around the world. Whether your mission requirements call for CODOG, CODAG, CODAD, CODELAG or CODELOG, MTU Series 1163 provides the performance.
Engine model Power output Speed Emissions kW (bhp) rpm
Series 1163 12V, 16V, 20V 4440–7400 (5954–9923) 1200–1300 All engines comply with emission regulations in accordance with IMO, IMO 2 available on request
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If power and endurance for out-of-theater operations are what you need: — MTU Series 8000 combines industry-leading naval capabilities with the durability and reliability of the global market leader of high-performance marine engines. — Unrivaled operational ﬂexibility whether loitering or sailing at full speed, the MTU Series 8000 delivers – without questions. — Our know-how in high-dynamic applications with numerous load cycles enables us to provide a qualiﬁed engine platform with demonstrated capabilities in terms of inherent availability rate, MTBF and service intervals. — MTU mission-speciﬁc propulsion systems are in operation around the world. Whether your mission requirements call for CODOG, CODAG, CODAD, CODELAG or CODELOG, MTU Series 8000 provides the performance.
Engine model Power output Speed Emissions kW (bhp) rpm
Series 8000 20V 7200–9100 (9655–12205) 1150 All engines comply with emission regulations in accordance with IMO 2 and EPA 2
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System Engineering and System Integration
Unrivaled expertise. Unrivaled system engineering.
We are system partners. Our expertise in ship applications encompasses every possible propulsion conﬁguration, including engineering services, hardware and software which these conﬁgurations require.
Complete system engineering from MTU For you that means: no matter how extraordinary your requirements, we can supply you with a complete, fully integrated propulsion system. Diesel engine, gas turbine and gearbox, onboard power supply and ship automation – all these form a single system which is both reliable and cost-effective. With reliable and proven suppliers, we develop, deliver and support tailor-made solutions for small patrol boats to destroyers, consisting of: — Diesel engines, stand-alone or packaged in propulsion modules — Gensets for service power and propulsion — Integrated ship automation, including complete propulsion control systems — Shaftlines, propellers and water jets — Gas turbines — Gearboxes
System support from a single source Naval customers have complex and highly specialized demands. For decades we have been meeting these demands with great success, for one simple reason: we provide a complete service solution. We start at the beginning of the project and continue throughout the entire life cycle of your MTU propulsion system. Our service solutions include: — Project management — Propulsion system evaluation and layout — Selection of suitable components — System integration of mechanical, electrical and electronic interfaces — Installation supervision — Supervision of commissioning and trials — Integrated logistics and entire life cycle support — Repowering Upon request, we can act as general contractors to take on complete technical and commercial responsibility for the entire propulsion, power-generation and automation systems – from project engineering and management to support and service. Consolidating these responsibilities reduces the number of interfaces – and, therefore, the number of potential complications.
In modern vessels it is a decisive advantage to have fault-free interaction between the various subsystems which inﬂuence the efﬁciency of the ships’ operation considerably. Allow MTU, an experienced complete partner, to select and design the systems resulting in greater reliability, sustained operations and optimum cost effectiveness. In short: successful missions.
2 1 A competitive edge. From MTU. As a leader in high-quality propulsion systems innovation, we are constantly researching and working on new trendsetting technologies. We bundle all relevant core competencies within our company right from the beginning, and over the years we have continually made advancements to them. By systematically making advancements, we can provide you with a decisive competitive egde. 2 Gas turbine modules High power outputs and unrivaled power-to-weight ratios are characteristic of gas turbines. They are the optimum choice to extend the combined power output of a propulsion plant. In combined propulsion systems, gas turbines complement the excellent life cycle costs of diesel engines. They also allow even large frigates and destroyers to achieve or exceed speeds of 28 knots. MTU is one of the very few certiﬁed packagers of the most valued and reliable GE LM2500 gas turbines. Our own lightweight and highly integrated gas turbine module – designed and assembled in Germany – has gone into a range of commercial ferry operators and navies, including the US Navy.
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Combined Propulsion Systems
Real World Expertise
Power – customized.
1 Always the best possible propulsion system Combined systems involving diesel engines and/or gas turbines are now the propulsion solution of choice for corvettes and frigates. As a general supplier, we can conﬁgure the best possible complete propulsion system for your needs – whether CODOG, CODAG, CODAD, CODELAG or CODELOG. All the components – engines, gas turbines and gearboxes including auxiliary power units – come from one source and are combined into an integrated complete system.
Proven concepts. Powerful solutions.
1 CODAD (Combined Diesel And Diesel) The basic idea: four diesel engines power two controllable pitch propellers (CPP) through two main gearboxes. In normal operation, one diesel engine powers one axle; for maximum speed the other two diesel engines are also switched on.
2 CODAG (Combined Diesel And Gas Turbine) The basic idea: two diesel engines and a gas turbine power both CPP through two main gearboxes and a cross-connect gearbox. If only the diesel engine or the gas turbine is running, both CPP are equally powered through the cross-connect gearbox. If both diesel engines are running, this gearbox can be declutched. Through the use of a two-stage gearbox, one diesel engine can bring the vessel to cruising speed. 3 3 CODOG (Combined Diesel Or Gas Turbine) The basic idea: two diesel engines and two gas turbines alternatively power two controllable pitch propellers through two main gearboxes. The gas turbines are connected via self-synchronizing clutches. The diesel engines power the vessel in cruising speed; both gas turbines bring the vessel to top speed.
4 CODELAG (Combined Diesel Electric And Gas Turbine) CODELOG (Combined Diesel Electric Or Gas Turbine) The basic idea: two diesel engines drive generators which produce electricity for two electric propulsion motors. A gas turbine drives two propeller shafts with CPP via a gearbox either alone or in combination. The diesel-electric propulsion units ensure cruising speed of the vessel. Maximum speed is reached when the propulsion system of the vessel runs in combined mode, i.e. diesel-electric plus gas turbine.
MTU recently delivered a complete propulsion system for a corvettesized ﬁghting ship. Designed and built in-house, the navy relied on MTU expertise in laying out, designing and integrating the complete propulsion system. Our engineers provided extensive analysis, documentation and risk-reduction services, as well as integrated mechanical, electrical and electronic interfaces. The MTU CODAG propulsion system includes: — Two MTU diesel engines, packaged in a propulsion module for high shock survivability and acoustic signature reduction — An MTU/GE LM2500 gas turbine module — A Renk combining gearbox — Escher Wyss controllable pitch propellers and shafting
The automated control of the system is per formed by an MTU Callosum_MC integrated propulsion control and monitoring system. The MTU propulsion system demonstrates excellent reliability and ﬂexibility. Our on site engineers supervise the installation of the system, ensuring efﬁcient propulsion system commissioning and trials.
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1 1 The active mounting system is one of the MTU’s innovative noise-reduction technologies.
2 MTU Active Noise Control utilizes antinoise to counteract noise; the two effectively cancel each other out.
3 MTU maritune surface drive propulsion system with auto-trim: automatically allows for safety and optimum handling. 2 4 The MTU OPV PowerPack is a highly integrated system solution developed specially for offshore patrol vessels by MTU in collaboration with Renk. Noise
MTU: Setting the pace at sea.
MTU has been the undisputed technological leader in naval propulsion systems for decades. Our innovative solutions help our customers and the whole industry move forward.
Active engine mountings: the solution to acoustic problems MTU offers a new, active mounting system which was developed in collaboration with Stop-Choc for integration into MTU ship propulsion systems with challenging noise, vibration and harshness (NVH) requirements. The new system is an improvement on conventional mounting technologies. It utilizes special active-element technologies used in the automotive and aviation industries. The active elements in the system include the sensors and actuators required for noise reduction technology. The control electronics are compact and easy to install. There are also solutions suited to double elastic propulsion and power generation systems. Customer beneﬁts: — Signiﬁcant reduction of vibration and noise levels — Reduction of airborne noise and radiated underwater noise — Compact design and easy installation — Easy integration into engine monitoring and control system
The MTU OPV PowerPack: simple, robust and versatile Offshore patrol vessels (OPV) cover an extensive range of tasks and challenges in today’s navies. That is why many navies are increasingly interested in OPVs. Beside technical requirements such as high redundancy, wide low-load capabilities and ﬂexibility, low cost of ownership and an easy integration are key decision factors for an OPV propulsion system. The MTU OPV PowerPack meets these requirements. It integrates the following into one common steel frame: — Two MTU Series 4000 high-speed diesel engines — A Renk Reduction Gear ASL 2x104 — All pumps, ﬁlters, heat exchangers and control systems necessary for operation, as well a replenishment oil tank including all tubes and wiring This highly integrated solution is available with 12V and 16V MTU Series 4000 M73/M73L engines and covers power requirements from 3840 kW (5149 bhp) to 5760 kW (7724 bhp) per PowerPack, 7860 kW (10540 bhp) to 11520 kW (15448 bhp) per ship with a two-shaft line design. The OPV PowerPack comes with MTU Callosum_MC - integrated propulsion monitoring and control system. It offers convincing advantages for shipyards and navies alike: — Simpliﬁed logistics — High level of redundancy — TBO of 32000 hours — IMO II certiﬁcation of engines – with built-in IMO Tier III capability
MTU maritune: surface drive propulsion system with auto-trim. maritune is a complete package for naval vessels. MTU supplies engines, gearboxes, hydraulic systems, surface propellers and automation including remote control – all from a single source. Plug and play technology enables easy installation without interface problems. maritune is available for MTU Series 2000 and 4000 engines. maritune with auto-trim independently controls optimum trim in every sailing situation – such as acceleration, crash stop, driving circles, rough seas and reversing. This helps to automatically achieve high levels of efﬁciency and ideal handling, so the captain can concentrate on other matters at hand.
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MTU Ship Automation Systems
Power requires control.
As a systems supplier MTU provides you with the perfect propulsion solution as well as the ideal ship automation system, which monitors and controls processes in propulsion, power generation and the ship’s systems.
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MTU Callosum – Integrated Ship Automation System
The nervous system for your entire vessel.
Integrated, intelligent and intuitive With Callosum MTU delivers the automation system of the future – today. MTU Callosum combines many decades of MTU automation experience. The complete modular automation system integrates various self-sufﬁcient subsystems into an intelligent overall structure. It gathers all of the ship’s data and displays it clearly and simply on color monitors. It can be customized with incredible ﬂexibility for each type of governmental and naval vessel and for any use. Four modules – three clicks MTU offers four Callosum modules that can be used individually or in combination. A customized network of sensors monitors and controls all areas and functions of the ship’s equipment. With MTU Callosum every action can be carried out with only three mouse clicks from any networked monitor. An ideal, customized solution for governmental and naval vessels: MTU Callosum.
MTU Callosum integrates all of the various subsystems of a vessel into a single, intelligent overall system. A network of sensors throughout the vessel monitors and controls all aspects of the ship’s equipment.
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Challenges grow. Missions change. MTU Callosum is ready.
Your demands – fulﬁlled systematically We fulﬁll your operational requirements with a well-engineered and operator-friendly automation system that is fully integrated and designed to meet your speciﬁc requirements. That is how MTU Callosum helps to increase security, dependability and operational readiness. The four MTU Callosum system modules can be used separately or in combination, depending on your needs and requirements.
Callosum_MC – integrated monitoring and control system — Callosum_MC enables crews to monitor and control the entire propulsion system, the on-board power supply and all of the ship’s subsystems. — Measured data is collected from the various areas of the ship by the integrated alarm system and can be viewed by the crew on color displays at several operator stations. — The ﬂexible, user-friendly automation system considerably improves operational conﬁdence and the safety of the ship. — The Callosum_MC hardware and software for data acquisition and processing make the ideal system for all kinds of governmental and military vessels.
Callosum_DC – battle damage control system — The Callosum_DC ship security system prevents and limits damage such as leakages, ﬁre damage and system failures. — In the event of an incident, alarm signals and warnings are given and reported at the various operating stations providing a quick overview. — Callosum_DC provides decision-making assistance for every type of vessel and, with its MTU 3-click system, it enables crew to handle any situation securely and quickly.
Callosum_MT – maintenance support system — Callosum_MT utilizes information and reports collected from Callosum_MC and Callosum_DC. — Callosum_MT provides support for maintenance and upkeep on board. — The system guides the user reliably and intuitively while using support tools such as electronic documentation and 3D videos, which offer detailed component and maintenance support.
Callosum_TS – onboard and land-based training system — Callosum_TS offers system-speciﬁc training software which simulates a range of training scenarios with different levels of difﬁculty. If the crew has to re-establish the security of the vessel quickly in the event of damage, expert knowledge of all MTU Callosum’s functions will be needed. — Training performance can be assessed for individual, team and classroom training supported by recognized methods and tools. — Training scenarios with predeﬁned faults along with a choice of repair options are available for all technicians.
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MTU bluevision – Standard Automation System
The automation standard for patrol and small governmental vessels
MTU bluevision is perfectly matched to your MTU propulsion system and is ready to be installed in your vessel. It is a complete package where every thing is just right.
A standard system – customized bluevision, the MTU standard automation system for patrol and small governmental vessels, is a modular, ﬂexible solution. The system is easy, quick and economical to integrate using plug and play technology. By optimizing the interfaces between the propulsion and automation systems, we can create complete solutions that guarantee you security, efﬁciency and reliability. bluevision is the most extensively developed MTU standard system package and includes a monitoring and remote control system package for naval and governmental ship applications. It is available in classiﬁable as well as non-classiﬁable versions. The system’s color monitor delivers an excellent overview of the vessel’s propulsion system. It is designed for: — Series 2000 and 4000 engines — One to four engine propulsion plants with ﬁxed pitch propellers (FPP) as the standard basic conﬁguration — Controllable pitch propeller (CPP), water jet (WJ) propulsion and surface drive propulsion systems (SDS) Key features Plug and play technology with premanufactured connecting plates and ship cables (with plugs) according to individually yard speciﬁcations: — Quick and simple installation; no special tools needed — Complete system package consisting of monitoring and propulsion remote control systems (MCS and RCS) — One responsible partner — Interfaces to other systems are not necessary Reliable system design for maximum operating safety: — Redundancy and separate conﬁguration of each shaft — Separation of monitoring and control units in separate boxes per shaft line in the engine room (LOP etc.) — Full redundant data bus connection between the engine room and remote-control stands Visualization: — Color monitor for excellent overview of the vessel’s propulsion plant — Simple, fast and unambiguous soft key navigation — Two different languages available — MTU standard engine documentation for Series 2000 or Series 4000 engines is available on each color graphic operator station and can be selected using a soft key — Fuel consumption information is available for Series 2000 and 4000 engines
1 1 Harmony between propulsion and automation MTU bluevision safeguards the operation of the propulsion system in every situation. Automatic monitoring and control relieves the pressure from the ship’s chief crew members.
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Superior service for long engine life and top performance.
Purchasing an MTU engine or system pays off in many ways: not just by its performance and reliability, but also because of the security you will get from our superior service – MTU_ValueCare.
We are committed to offering the best services and maintenance solutions. With that as our goal, we offer you a portfolio of services above and beyond the technology itself. They are per fectly developed for your MTU engines and systems, helping to maximize their availability and efﬁciency. MTU_ValueCare is an unparalleled portfolio of value-enhancing products and services indi vidually tailored to your speciﬁcations. Leave it to us to care.
The three main product lines of MTU_ValueCare are: — MTU_ValueService Professional maintenance, training, documentation and repair solutions from the global MTU service network — MTU_ValueSpares Genuine MTU spare parts and top quality consumables to ensure the continued peak performance of your MTU engines and systems — MTU_ValueExchange Remanufactured engines and parts with the appearance, performance and life expectancy of new goods, meeting the same performance requirements and enjoying warranties similar or identical to equivalent new goods Your partner for the long term Our commitment to you doesn’t end with the commissioning of your MTU engines and systems. As a systems partner, we will remain at your side for as long as you continue to use our product. The long term, optimized management of your engines by MTU guarantees high availability and reliability, and with that, the efﬁciency you need.
What we can do for you: — Experienced engine and electronics specialists help during installation, commissioning and any other time — MTU service on location, around the world — Flexible preventive and customized maintenance solutions — MTU Overhaul is available and can be completed at one of our numerous locations around the world — ILS (integrated logistic support) with MTU’s own models throughout the whole life-cycle of your engine depending on your speciﬁc needs: · Clearly structured technical documentation in any language · Training of the operational, maintenance and workshop staffs · Support and assistance of workshop planning and set-up · Project based analysis including LSA (logistic support analysis), RAMS (reliability, availability, maintainability and safety) and LCC (life cycle cost) · Quick, reliable and global supply of genuine MTU spare parts, maintenance products and tools
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Quality and Certiﬁcations
MTU quality is something you can measure – and feel.
We are uncompromising when it comes to quality. True to our corporate philosophy of total quality management, we assure the quality of our products throughout the entire process of development and production. Every one of our staff is responsible in this respect – and thinks and acts accordingly.
Certiﬁed quality Tognum with its core company MTU Friedrichshafen GmbH satisﬁes the international requirements of ISO 9001:2008 and 14001:2009. We conduct acceptance testing, including type tests, according to the rules and regulations of all the relevant classiﬁcation bodies (e.g. ABS, BV, CCS, DNV, GL, JG, KRS, LR, NKK, RINA). All MTU electronics products bear the CE mark. Quality you can feel To us, quality is measured by more than just a certiﬁcate. We measure it by the degree of our customers’ satisfaction, and by the number of years they continue to place their trust in us. Quality of that kind cannot be achieved with average objectives. You rightly expect everything of us – and we offer you even more. More reliability, more innovation, more specialization, more safety. If you share these aspirations, then together we will achieve a lot: a quality partnership.
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Overview of MTU Engines.
Engine model Series 2000 8V 10V 12V 16V Corvettes Frigates and destroyers Offshore and inshore patrol vessel Submarines Auxiliary vessels Mine countermeasure vessels
Series 396 8V 12V 16V
Series 4000 8V 12V 16V 20V
Series 1163 12V 16V 20V
Series 8000 20V
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